If you want to feel extra secure about what goes on in your home when you’re not there, you need to consider investing in wireless home security cameras. Surveillance cameras come in many varieties, and they’re getting more affordable and easy to find all the time. That both makes it easy to get one (or several), but makes it difficult to choose the best home security camera for your purpose.
An article in the new Electronic House explains all the best features to look for in home security cameras and tells you what features matter most.
For example, a camera that can tilt, pan and zoom may cost more, and you might believe that’s an unnecessary expense, but a tilt, pan and zoom camera gives you a much greater coverage area and may in fact allow you to use one camera instead of two fixed cameras to cover the same range.
If you want a permanently installed camera, there are several primary styles on the market, and each serves a specific purpose. Some home security cameras are more practical in some situations than others. To find out which fit your needs, check out this article.
Besides form factor and installation, what other features do you need in your home security cameras? Do you need it to be able to record in the dark? If so, then you need one with night vision capabilities. Do you need an outdoor security camera? Do you want to be able to access it from your smart phone? Where do you want the recordings to be stored, and how do you want to be notified if something is detected and recorded?
This article helps you sort through those questions to you get the system that will best protect your house.
To get the full scoop on all home security cameras, get the Electronic House Home Security Camera Buying Guide.